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New Releases from VMware

VMware has released minor updates to some of there products. VMware Horizon 7 version 7.5.1 See the release notes here: VMware vCenter Server 6.0 Update 3g See the release notes here: VMware vSphere Integrated Containers 1.4.2 See the release notes here: VMware vCenter Server 6.7.0c See the release notes here:

Configuration Maximums vSphere 6.7.

On this page, you’ll find the latest version of vSphere configuration maximums. When you select and configure your virtual and physical equipment, you must stay at or below the maximums supported by vSphere 6.7. The limits presented in the following sections represent tested, recommended limits, and are fully supported by VMware. Virtual Machine Maximums          …

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New release VMware vSAN

6.6.1 has just been released. News: VMware Update Manager build recommendations for vSAN. Update Manager can scan the vSAN cluster and recommend host baselines that include updates, patches, and extensions. It manages recommended baselines, validates the support status from vSAN HCL, and downloads the correct ESXi ISO images from VMware. vSAN requires Internet access to …

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License vCloud vs vRealize

Recently I was asked about VMware licensing for vRealize and vCloud products. VMware vCloud Suite Suite is the VMware vRealize suite. In other words, vCloud Suite includes everything from vRealize Suite and vSphere Infrastructure (ESXi Enterprise Plus licenses). The comparison of editions of vRealize Suite is available here and is visualized in the figure below. …

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Stretched cluster vs License vCenter Foundation

One of the limitations of vCenter Foundation is that you can only manage 4 hosts with it. So if you have vCenter Foundation, and want to build a stretched cluster leveraging a 2+2+1 configuration, then simply add the Witness VM to the inventory as a host first and then add the rest. This is documented …

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vSphere Replication

In this post we will implement vSphere Replication. vSphere Replication is na VMware solution for data protection and disaster recovery for all your virtual machines in your environment. The vSphere Replication is a asynchronous replication solution for virtual machines.  vSphere Replication is na alternative to storage-based repliation. It protects virtual machine from complete site failures …

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